Here you can read my candidate profile on the Welsh Labour website:
Mary Wimbury lives in Rhos on Sea with her husband and three teenage children. She currently works with social care providers seeking to improve services for older people, people with disabilities and looked-after children. Her job means she is used to working with local authorities, health boards and the welsh assembly to make systems work better and improve people’s lives. If elected she will use the same tenacity in dealing with officialdom on behalf of the people of North Wales.
Mary previously ran a UK-wide charity promoting maths education in secondary schools, worked for the BBC, as a sole trader and for two national local government organisations. She spent her first seven years living above the corner shop her parents ran. Mary recognises the value of co-operation and the role co-operatives can play in our society. If elected she will serve as a Labour & Co-op Assembly Member.
Mary’s priorities for North Wales are improving employment opportunities and transport systems. She will seek to ensure our unique position as part of Wales but with significant links to infrastructure and public services in the North West of England is recognised. She will stand up to ensure public services here in North Wales work for us.